Government Contracts Compliance provides an authoritative, insider's perspective on the best practices for adhering to government procurement requirements. Whether working for a state, a municipality, or a federal agency, companies involved with
government contracts must consider a number of legal issues, such as:
- What are the best practices for preventing procurement fraud, or for addressing it when it occurs?
- How do compliance requirements affect subcontractors?
- How can both clients and government agencies address potential conflicts of interest?
Attorneys practicing in this area must understand a complicated landscape of regulations and penalties, and be able to explain them to clients who might be new to government work. In Government Contracts Compliance
, top lawyers thoroughly address the above subjects and discuss trends in enforcement, the use of executive orders, and ways to create a culture of compliance. In addition, they address, from a legal perspective, the most effective ways to work with government agencies, to protect clients at the outset of a deal via contract law, and to dispute an alleged compliance violation. The intricate field of government contracts law gets clarification and perspective in this book, with seasoned attorneys sharing their experiences and advice.